I’ve always followed the mantra of “drink only when you’re thirsty.” And funny thing…I am rarely actually thirsty! So in the past, I’ve consumed very little water throughout the day. It’s an actual effort to take the time and remember to drink.
There are two sides to every coin and since the not drinking much has gotten me to where I am now and I’d like to change, I’m now headed to the drink more water side of the fence to see how this new “drink-more-water” habit affects my weight-loss efforts and overall health.
So I suppose we each need to listen to our bodies and decide what’s best for us! Since our body is made up mostly of water, and coffee, tea, and colas are documented to cause dehydration, it makes sense to me that perhaps a little more H2O in my daily diet isn’t such a bad thing!
My water glass is empty, and I’m actually getting kind of thirsty… Time for me to close this post and head to the kitchen for a refill, but before I go, I’m curious… How much water do you drink daily and why?
Leave me a comment below, share your thoughts, and let’s explore the benefits of drinking water for health together!
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